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In 1924, Danielopolu published a monograph that attracted considerable attention chiefly because it advocated the view that angina pectoris was a manifestation of myocardial fatigue, and because it discussed fully and with approval the surgical treatment of this condition. The present volume follows the same general lines as the earlier one. But theoretical questions are more fully gone into, a riper clinical experience is oftener drawn on, and illustrations are more freely used. Then there have been added an entirely new chapter on abdominal angina and a comprehensive bibliography. The volume is more than three times the size of the one of three years ago. Its value as a reference book and as a contribution to cardiology has been much increased. It is well worth hearty commendation.
L'angine de poitrine et l'angine abdominale. JAMA. 1927;89(21):1805. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02690210071035
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